With 90–95 percent water by weight, watermelon and cucumber are two of the hydrating meals. These elements come together to provide a refreshing and delicately sweet summer beverage that is also nutritious.
Although this sugar-free variation on lemonade is low in sugar, it is definitely high in flavour! Make your own healthy summer beverage in instead of store-bought, sugary lemonade.
Did you know that a serving of store-bought iced tea can have up to 50 grammes of added sugar? Yes, only a few sips provide more than a day's worth of sugar.
Instead of prosecco, sip on a sparkling spritzer without alcohol. This nutritious summer drink is low-cal, refreshing, and created with just a few ingredients.
Sangria made with fruit may taste light and healthful, but it frequently has extra sugar.
Try this pineapple turmeric tonic if you're looking for a nutritious summer beverage that boosts your metabolism (due to the anti-inflammatory ingredients).
Summer drinks that keep you hydrated don't have to be difficult to make with several ingredients and difficult recipes.